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Tristan
Posted on: Dec 2 2003, 01:38 PM


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Everything works fine now.

I added the following lines to /boot/grub/menu.lst:

title Win2k
root (hd0,0)
makeactive
chainloader +1

Thanks to Demonbane @ linuxquestions
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Tristan
Posted on: Dec 1 2003, 11:53 PM


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Allright, I managed to unhide the partition using GRUBs unhide command, changing its id partition type from 0x17 to 0x07. Now I'd just need to know how to mount it correctly and how to make it bootable.
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Tristan
Posted on: Dec 1 2003, 09:42 PM


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Suse 9.0 with GRUP

The Yast partitioner says that

/dev/hda1 Hidden HPFS/NTFS

but there seems to be no option to unhide it.

And I don't really want to mess with all those Fstab LVM and RAID options before I know what those are and what I'm doing...
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Tristan
Posted on: Dec 1 2003, 09:24 PM


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Hi,

I have two hard disks. Hard disk 1 is a full Windows 2000 partition and hard disk 2 has a Windows and a Linux partition.

The first time I installed Linux it would give me the option to boot Windows 2000 or Linux at startup and both worked fine. I could also mount the Windows 2000 partition from within Linux.

But I had to reinstall Linux again (because of some problems) and after the second installation, the option to boot Windows 2000 disappeared and the Windows 2000 partition doesn't show up in Linux anymore.

Any ideas on how I can tell Linux and the bootmanager to find Windows 2000 again?

Thanks
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Tristan
Posted on: Dec 1 2003, 02:36 PM


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Thanks for your reply.

I already tried with ./eclipse, but was bombarded with error messages. I found the problem though and got it working.

The problem is, that Konquerors built in zip has a bug and it screwed up some files. I unzipped it manually via console and got it working.

Thanks anyhow.
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Tristan
Posted on: Dec 1 2003, 01:57 AM


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Greetings,

I'm using Suse Linux 9.0
I installed the Java SDK and downloaded and unpacked eclipse into opt/eclipse
Eclipse has an executable "eclipse", but when I click on it in Conqueror, I get an error message "couldn't find program "eclipse"" and if I try running it from the shell it tells me "no such file or directory" even though I'm in the opt/eclipse directory.

I'm a newbie to linux, but apparently (after reading many web-pages) simply typing the executable from it's directory should be sufficient to run it... I don't know what's going on.

Any help is appreciated.
Thanks
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